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What a massive treat we have for this week’s URB podcast entry — it comes from the almighty venerable legend Ian Pooley. The Berlin-based producer has been making unforgettable tunes since the mid-’90s and has been building upon his brilliant discography (“Roller Skate Disco” and “Chord Memory” just to name a couple) all the way to a re-emergence of one of his techno aliases from almost 20 years back. Returning as Silvershower, Pooley flexes muscles we haven’t heard since his 1996 release on Richie Hawtin’s Plus-8 label; and it’s like he never lost a step. Released on his very own techno imprint, Montage in January; Pooley unleashes his Silvershower material through a bevy of tough-grooving night-riding brilliance. He delivers a stellar mix under this magnificent techno moniker to show off how he views techno in his ever-changing world. No tracklist needed; check out the mix and ride it out till the sun comes shining.